In South Carolina, the term e-Learning is used to reference learning that takes place remotely, outside of school facilities, for a short period of time (3-5) days.
It is used in circumstances such as inclement weather.
Each school district has a plan for e-learning implementation.
State legislation for e-learning can be found here.
Digital Learning for this website is used to reference the many digital resources that are available to students today. Families need to understand digital tools to successfully support their students.
These resources include Learning Management Systems (LMS), eBooks, electronic textbooks, portals that help families monitor student progress and tools for communication.
Supporting your student in a new class landscape can be tricky. Find resources here to help develop the ability to support your student.
Whether you are a beginner, expert, or somewhere in-between, here are some resources for you to improve your technology understanding and skills.